All guests are required to either provide a government issued Drivers License before racing or go through LeMans Driver Training.
Gear up!

Gear up!

Don’t forget to check out our race gear at our ProShop when you stop by  the facility. Gear up with our “We Encourage Speeding” shirts or take home one of our DOT certified helmets, perfect for a day at the races! Give us a call for pricing: (510)770-9001.

MegaTrack re-introduced by Fremont’s LeMans Karting

MegaTrack re-introduced by Fremont’s LeMans Karting

West Coast’s only indoor-outdoor karting track gains city approval for expansion. Give us a call, and set up a race on Mega Track during these hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 5PM – 9PM Friday: 5PM – 10PM Saturday: 12:30PM – 10PM Sunday: 12:30PM – 9PM Read the full press release!

G MOLZER, TJ Williams, J Rodriguez take top 3 spots in tonight’s 40 minute Ironman Enduro!

G MOLZER, TJ Williams, J Rodriguez take top 3 spots in tonight’s 40 minute Ironman Enduro!

Due to the smaller than normal crowd, the typical team-enduro format was replaced with an Ironman format race. Every man and woman for themselves. Qualifying was a quick 3-lap time attack in cold karts on a slick track. Garrett Molzer claimed the pole position, followed by Rick Gaan and Christian Rodriguez. When the green flag dropped on the main race,

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YOUTH AND AMBITION TAKE TOP THREE SPOTS!

YOUTH AND AMBITION TAKE TOP THREE SPOTS!

The average age for the top three racers in Sunday’s Eldora Heats League race was 16. Twenty two year old Kyre Mullaney took the win, followed by 12 year old Magnum Tate, and 15 year old Javier Laurnaga. In a series usually dominated by the Pro-Racers Club, it is quite refreshing to see the newer, less experienced racers have a

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MULLANEY TOPS PEELER AND VANORSDALE

MULLANEY TOPS PEELER AND VANORSDALE

Kyre Mullaney stopped Jon Vanorsdale’s second win streak of the season. Brain Sherboneau had stopped Jon’s first win streak earlier in the year. Vanorsdale still has 7 wins on the season and seems to have the Championship locked up. Last night, however, it was all Mullaney and Peeler. The two ran nose to tail for almost the entire race. It looked as though

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